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 Annie Tolliver  (1950 - )

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Lived/Active: Alabama      Known for: naive animal, figure

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Annie Mural Tolliver is the daughter of renowned artist, Mose Tolliver and Willie Mae Tolliver. She can vividly remember as a child drawing animals with sticks in the dirt, and making clay houses and figures around their Sternfield Alley house. "This was one of my favorite ways to pass the time." She attended school through the ninth grade, but dropped out to become a mother at age seventeen, and to marry artist L.W. Crawford. While rearing her three children there was little time to paint. Annie worked cleaning houses, hospitals, restaurants and motels. "I was very interested in my daddy's work. He would often show us how he painted things and encouraged all of us in the family to try painting also." Through years of being exposed to her father's paintings, she and her brothers, Charles and Jimmy, took the greatest interest in his work.

"My paintings were sold as Mose T's work for about five years until the Fall of 1990. One day someone announced they would buy my paintings if I would put my name on them. With Mose's permission I signed my work. When that happened, I decided to go on my own. At first I tried to paint just as Mose, then I wanted to paint what I liked-what was important to me -- and now that's all I want to do. My paintings are about what makes me smile--my children, my family and funny animals. I enjoy painting and now I know that I'll never give it up. It's in my blood."

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